I have seen several ads whose premise is bringing regular people off the street and filming their reactions to a product or deal. Often these ads will claim that "these are real reactions from regular people, not actors."
Suppose such an ad lied about the people not being actors, but everything it said about the product was objectively true. Would this constitute false advertising?
I am primarily interested in the law in the U.S., specifically Utah if the U.S. is too broad. However, I'd also be interested in hearing about other jurisdictions as well.